An Icelandic Legacy In The Heart Of Canada (Aug 1, 2018)

FROM BBC TRAVEL

Almost 1,000 years after Leif Erikson first stepped foot at L'Anse Aux Meadows, Icelanders returned to North America. Today, their traditions live on in a Canadian prairie town. It’s bright and early on a Saturday morning and the Ship and Plough Tavern in Gimli, Manitoba, is already packed with football fans watching Iceland take on Argentina in the World Cup... READ MORE

10 Hidden Travel Treasures in Manitoba (Jan. 3, 2017)

This business is the newest on our list but is quickly becoming a popular destination, also located in historic Gimli. The Ship & Plough opened in... READ MORE

Breath of Fresh Air in Lakeside Tourist Town (Dec. 11, 2016)

It’s a quaint little town of about 5,000 people nestled on the shores of Lake Winnipeg, the 10th largest freshwater lake in the world.... READ MORE

From Scratch - Unique Eateries of Rural MB (Apr. 17, 2016)

Meals are prepared using the freshest ingredients and whenever possible, Manitoba products: Elman's Pickles, Bothwell Cheese... READ MORE